Warehouse (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 14, 2015
After 3 years of working with this company, I learned that there was no room for advancement other than in the corporate part of the company, no matter how hard you worked. There were no raises for employees after evaluations, nor did we get vacation pay or paid time off. It is simply a place to collect a paycheck in this economy in order to survive. If you are young and just starting out, this is the place for you, but do not expect it to be a place to begin a career. The turnover employee rate is very high because of the lack of advancement and the very low pay. Other than the fact that once you're hired, they will work with your schedule and allow you to work on different shifts, I wouldn't expect to go farther than the position you are hired to do (unless they teach you everything so they can float you around the building for the same pay with no time off whatsoever), because otherwise, it's a no-go.
No advancement, no raises, benefits are too high and not worth the money
This job is okay for TEMP service; but the management team was not coordinated. I take this as an experience; not a guaranteed job. The dell work team only worries about their #'s, not about the whole team. It takes a team to get the job done. The company does not pay you enough for the amount of work you do..
They give you breaks only because HTC broke contract with them
I love the work that I do Inspecting cell phones I learn something new ever day I think management is great I love working with my co-workers when we run across a task it do not take us long to get the task right when we are working together their is no hard part in the day as long as we are working together the most enjoyable part of the day is knowing you have done a great job all week!
ASSEMBLER (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MN – March 30, 2015
Unless you were to be hired on by the company that Atterro, a temp agency, you received no benefits. The hours were really long. Working 10 hour days starting at 4:30 in the morning with very short breaks. There was no sense of family or togetherness.
Tier II Rep (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – March 4, 2015
I very much enjoyed working at Atterro. The environment was very professional. The training was good. A typical day was enrolling customers into health insurance for 2015. I also filled out Medicaid for customers in order to get approved or denied Medicaid and to see if they were eligible for an APTC- advanced premium tax credit. My direct manager was by far the best manager I have ever had in a call center and my coworkers were team players all the way and fun to work with. The most difficult part of the job was not adding my opinion of the President or of The Affordable Care Act. I truly enjoyed this job and wished it were not temporary.
Mailroom Spec. for Connect for Health Colorado (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – April 22, 2014
Responsible for receiving, locating, and processing physical mail being received daily. Responsible for prepping the mail, once received, so that the inbound items received at the mail room are ready for Scan Inbound Paper Documents procedure. Responsible for completing the scanning and indexing steps for paper documents, indexing of electronic faxes, and forwarding original Appeal forms to Connect for Health Colorado and original documents back to the owner. Conduct all of the hands-on work entailed with the proper storage of paper documents after performing the scan processing and storage of any leftover documents at the end of the shift that have not yet been scanned/indexed. Conduct all of the hands-on work for the proper destruction of paper documents. Review and respond to assigned incoming emails submitted by Connect for Health Colorado customers in a timely manner. Other duties as assigned.